Arts & Entertainment

By the Book

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Artist unfurls Moby-worthy classic at  Institute of Contemporary Art exhibit.

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The Yarn of War

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Nathan Vincent’s wool-and-foam soldiers subvert gender norms by creating figures associated with masculinity out of something traditionally considered a feminine craft.

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More Human

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Philosopher Tobias Rees raises a question everyone thinks is already settled.

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Of Myth & Memory

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Neil Gaiman’s work is powerful, both in its harnessing of myth and its empathy toward the human condition.

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Hoofing It

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Artists discover beauty in banality at SJMA’s ‘Other Walks, Other Lines.’

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Clean Verse

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San Jose’s Litter-ature Project aims to inspire young poets and remind the community to keep things clean.

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‘Interview with a Mexican’ brings Gustavo Arellano’s column to the stage.

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Light ’Em Up

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Installation collection, ‘Stories in Light,’ illuminates the Montalvo Arts Center.

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Pivotal Moves

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Ballet Folklorico de Mexico celebrates tradition, mythology and history.

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Warhol & Chill

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New Cantor Arts exhibit offers online component for bingeing on pop art.

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Dead Man’s Party

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San Jose marks El Dia de los Muertos with music, food, art, dance and more.

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Funeral Party

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‘Fun Home’ is thoughtful, entertaining, though many questions go unanswered.

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Back To Basics

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A Navajo blanket from the 19th century is part of a new Pace exhibit featuring native works paired with the paintings of Agnes Martin.

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‘Lieutenant’ Lite

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SJ Stage scrubs some of the heft from Martin McDonagh’s black comedy.

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All That Glitters

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William Trost Richards’ painting ‘Coastal Scene with Fort Dumpling’ is now on display at the Cantor.

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Country Songs

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In ‘True Journey is Return,’ Dinh Q. Le explores diasporic identity.

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Spirited Away

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OSJ opens new season with Mozart’s ‘The Abduction from the Seraglio.’

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Going Clear

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In ‘Alimentos,’ Viviana Paredes interprets Mexican culture through glass.

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San Jose’s East Side mourns the loss of a beloved Chicano mural.

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Mending Fences

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TheatreWorks production deals with neighborhood politics.

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